The Wedding Planner and the Ceo
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The Wedding Planner and the Ceo
She knows he can spark fireworks, but how long can he keep their passion stoked?
Penelope was abandoned as soon as she was born. Determined not to follow in her mother’s footsteps, she focuses only on her job, never romance. One day she runs an errand to satisfy an important client’s wedding request. And she lucks out—the CEO of the company, Rafe Edwards, will produce the fireworks show himself. On the wedding day, after the show’s climax is over, Penelope is so emotional she gives Rafe a passionate kiss…and that’s only the beginning of their passionate tryst!
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- breaking out of the shell 4
- JAB 03/30/2019 1 people found the following review helpful
The heroine has been raised by her maternal grandparents who drummed in her head about her mother abandoning her & how she mustn't do this & that. This led the heroine to build a shell around herself. She goes to meet a businessman to make a deal in firing off fireworks for her client's wedding. The businessman turns out to be the hero who goes along with the deal when he hears the location of the venue. He tags along to one of the meetings and catches a glance of the heroine's hidden funny side. Both catch early on hints that neither grew up in a happy household. Then on the wedding night when the fireworks are exploding in the sky, there are fireworks in the bedroom. Sadly, after they're done and the heroine is back in her shell. Their night puts the heroine on edge because she's afraid of turning out like her mother, while the hero can't forget her. he then finds out about the heroine's past from a journalist. Then the hero hires her for a job. Two of them become closer with talking about their pasts of being alone and the negative impact of their parents. When he meets the journalist who gives him information that the heroine's mother's death wasn't from an OD but from a cerebral aneurysm. Then by coincidence, the hero runs into a musician with the same name as the heroine's father on the birth certificate and was at the festival where the heroine's mother died. Then the hero gets an angry call from the heroine who thinks he blabbed her history to the reporter because the reporter came to the grandfather and was relentless with her questions. The questions caused him to have a heart attack. The whole shock finally has the heroine and her grandmother open up. the grandmother reveals the past and they knew she died of a cerebral aneurysm but didn't say it in order to make sure the heroine was obedient to her. The two start making their first few steps. During this time, the hero meets the heroine's possible father who looks similar to the heroine. The heroine's grandparents apologize for everything and she forgives them. They encourage her to go after her love even with the danger it holds. The heroine goes to the hero's home but she can't find him till she goes to a friend's house. When the heroine and hero are alone, they sit down and talk things out. He takes her to festival and has her meet her dad. It was a pretty nice ending.
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